Quebec Backpedals on Plan to Ban Public Cannabis Smoking
Province still raising age of consumption from 18 to 21 with Bill 2.
The Quebec government is backing away from its plan to ban cannabis users from lighting up in parks and other public spaces, Radio-Canada has learned.
Premier François Legault originally vowed to tighten restrictions on cannabis sales and consumption, making the proposed changes a part of his original election platform.
But the province is planning to amend Bill 2 today after concluding a ban on public consumption wouldn’t be enforceable.
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